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Mayor Sendzik meets with Chief McGuire to discuss Queenston Street Community Response

Mayor Sendzik meets with Chief McGuire to discuss Queenston Street Community Response

 St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzik met with Niagara Regional Police Chief Jeff McGuire this week to discuss community issues and police activity in the Queenston Street and Gale Crescent neighbourhood. The discussion with the Chief comes after the Mayor held meetings with local business owners, service agencies, public health officials and city councillors to discuss the neighbourhood’s needs […]

Niagara Regional Housing Announcement

A great start to the week – this morning Niagara Regional Housing announced the site of their future development at 527 Carlton Street. This new build will help create safe, quality, affordable housing for many families in our community to call home. With nearby access to transit, shopping, schools, services and greenspace, the location is […]

Ontario Senior of the Year Award to Wynne Nicholson

Ontario Senior of the Year Award to Wynne Nicholson

Last night I had the privilege of presenting the St. Catharines 2016 Ontario Senior of the Year Award to Wynne Nicholson at our Council meeting. Wynne has been an invested volunteer in our city for many years including – 10 years on the Arts & Culture Advisory Committee, Arts Awards Sub Committee and the SCCIP […]

Royal Canadian Legion Polish Veterans Branch 418 70th Anniversary

This weekend the Royal Canadian Legion Polish Veterans Branch 418 celebrated their 70th anniversary in our community. The Polish army fought alongside Canadian forces during WWI and WWII and today Poles continue to serve alongside Canadians in peacekeeping missions around the world. Thank you to the Polish Legion for supporting returning Polish veterans and their […]

2016 Budget Highlights

2016 Budget Highlights

Budgets are important planning tools for organizations to set the course for future investment and stability. Like our new strategic plan, the city budget helps Council to plan and prioritize to make sure that the City of St. Catharines continues to provide the municipal services and facilities that make our city an attractive city to live, […]

St. Catharines receives $700,000 from Canada 150 Infrastructure Program

Today the federal government announced details of funding for the Canada150 Infrastructure Program for three St. Catharines projects at West Park, Rotary Park and Lakeside Park. I’d like to thank the federal government for investing in St. Catharines and the Rotary Club of St. Catharines for their leadership and dedication to the community. This program […]

Mayor Sendzik Launches Poetry Contest

Mayor Sendzik Launches Poetry Contest

Sharpen your pencils and bust out the dictionary, Mayor Walter Sendzik is challenging everyone to a poetry contest. Mayor Sendzik invites all St. Catharines residents to submit an original poem about Downtown St.Catharines and what it means to them for his first ever Mayor’s Poetry Challenge. All types of poetry will be accepted, and the […]